Plan ahead and expect delays: Upcoming road closures

September 9, 2019  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

Please be advised that road work is scheduled to cause traffic changes around Ann Arbor in the coming days.

Plan ahead and expect delays and alert patients if they will be traveling in the area.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • From Tuesday, Sept. 10 until Sunday Oct. 20, William Street is scheduled to be closed to westbound traffic between Division and Main Street.
    • Traffic will be detoured northbound on Division to westbound on Liberty to southbound on First to William.
    • Eastbound and pedestrian traffic will be maintained.
  • Beginning today, Hill from Main Street to South Fifth, Greene from Hill to north of Hoover, and the intersection of Keech/Greene/Kipke Drive is expected to be closed to through traffic for utility and road work.
    • Traffic intending to travel eastbound on Hill will be detoured on Hoover to Division to Hill.
    • Traffic intending to travel westbound on Hill will be detoured on Division to Madison to Main Street to Hill.
    • Traffic intending to travel on Fifth will be detoured on Hoover to Division to Madison to Fifth.
    • Traffic intending to travel on Greene will be detoured on Division to Madison to Main Street to Hoover to Greene.?
    • Traffic intending to travel on Kipke Drive will be detoured on Hoover to Main Street to Stadium Boulevard to Kipke Drive.
    • The work is expected to be completed by Friday, Sept. 20.
  • From 9 p.m. tonight, Sept. 9, through 5 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, the following ramps are expected to be closed:
    • Eastbound I-94 ramp to northbound US-23 ramp
    • Eastbound I-94 ramp to southbound US-23 ramp
    • Southbound US-23 ramp to eastbound I-94 ramp
    • Southbound US-23 ramp to westbound I-94 ramp
  • From 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10 through 5 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 11, the following ramps are anticipated to be closed:
    • Eastbound I-94 ramp to northbound US-23 ramp
    • Eastbound I-94 ramp to southbound US-23 ramp

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